If you are looking for cleaning hacks, decluttering ideas, and organization ideas for the home, then look no further. Today, we’re making our own daily shower cleaner to use in between those days when the shower needs a deep cleaning.

This daily shower cleaner will prevent soap scum buildup and daily grime. Best of all, you may already have the ingredients in your home.

Why use a daily shower cleaner? The best reason is to make your deep cleaning days fewer by adding a dose of prevention to maintain daily cleanliness. By spraying this daily shower cleaner onto the walls of the shower and the interior of the bathtub, you’ll prevent your shower from needing to be cleaned and scoured so frequently. 

For my purposes, I chose to try this daily shower cleaner out before suggesting it to my readers. My experience has been good. The first time I applied this spray, I let it sit on the surfaces for about 15 minutes.

I, then, gave the shower a wipe down with a cloth and rinsed it with water. The next several days, I simply sprayed on the solution and allowed it to air dry. I did not wipe it down and I did not rinse it off. 

Note: I do not have glass shower doors, so I cannot speak to it’s effectiveness on glass, but I have read some suggestions online that say you can add a dishwasher rinse aid to this solution to keep your glass from spotting. But, understand I have not tried that remedy, so I cannot comment on it’s effectiveness.

How to make the daily shower cleaner:

The ingredients are simple and you may already have them in your cabinets, specifically your first-aid cabinet. You will need the following to make your daily shower cleaner:

1. A spray bottle

2. Liquid Dishwashing detergent

3. Hydrogen peroxide

4.Rubbing alcohol

I used the following blend to make my daily shower cleaner: 

-1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide

-1/2 cup rubbing alcohol

-1 tsp liquid dish soap

-3 cups water

Because my spray bottle is small, I cut this recipe down to size. I also sprayed it liberally on my bathtub and shower surfaces, so I used quite a bit the first day. The next several days, I haven’t sprayed as much of the solution.

As mentioned before, this daily shower cleaner is supposed to cut down on the time you spend cleaning, so feel free to spray it as liberally as you like. Also, you may want to spray in a ventilated area if you spray it liberally. It works well, but it has a medicinal scent because of the ingredients.

Overall, I have been very pleased with the results I’m seeing. My shower floor usually gets a good buildup of soap scum, but this daily shower cleaner seems to help with this.

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Need to deep clean? I have lists for you to guide you along.

My How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen list can be found here.

My How to Deep Clean Your Bathroom list can be found here.

My How to Deep Clean Your Kids’ Rooms list can be found here.

My How to Deep Clean Your Living Room list can be found here.

My How to Deep Clean Your Bedroom list can be found here.

Also, to keep up the general housework, you may need to create a daily housekeeping schedule that suits your specific needs. To do so, I have created a helpful series you can read here.

Need to Declutter Every room? I have declutter checklists for every room and every space in your home to guide you along below.

How to Declutter the Guest Room or Your Kid’s Room checklist can be found here.

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How to Declutter Your Laundry Room and Patio checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Coat Closet/Hall Closet/Linen Closet checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Home Office checklist can be found here.

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How to Declutter Your Attic checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Garage checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Living Room checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Kitchen Checklist can be found here.

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How to Declutter Your Entry/Foyer/Mudroom checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Clothing checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Bedroom checklist can be found here.

How to Declutter Your Bathroom checklist can be found here.

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New to deemiddleton.com and don’t know where to start? I recommend going in this order:

Step 1: Check out this post on the 1st step you should take to get organized.

Step 2: Create a daily Housekeeping Schedule. You can use this series to start to set up your own schedule. You can also use this simplified weekly schedule.If you often ask: What is the fastest way to clean a dirty house? Or, if you struggle to get organized and have tried and failed time and again, you can likely find out which of these 11 reasons cause you to fail to get organized.

Step 3:  Get decluttering strategies here.…Sign up for the Declutter Series and get your entire home decluttered in just 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week.”Declutter Your Home” checklists are provided in each email.

Step 4: What is the fastest way to clean a dirty house? Use a timer and use the Deep Cleaning Checklists above. They will help you get your home sparkling after you’ve decluttered. 

Interested in becoming a full-time blogger like me? Check out my blogging series. At the top of every page on my blog, you’ll find a drop down menu. Just select the BLOGGING category.

Check out the most popular posts on deemiddleton.com: 

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What is Preventing You From Getting Organized?

Also, check out a great post on decluttering over here from becomingminimalist.com. Joshua Becker has some great tips on decluttering and minimalism.

For further reading, check out the fly lady here. She has some great cleaning and decluttering ideas plus excellent organization tips to get you started.